Oil prices slumped 3% on Monday.
Surging cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant raised fears new curbs may hit fuel demand.
Commercial oil stocks in the United States last week decreased by 4.5 million barrels.
The NSDC presented an open system for monitoring state subsoil.
Governments around the world, including most recently Britain and Norway, have tightened restrictions to stop the spread of the Omicron variant.
The report shows that electricity will play a more significant role in satisfying energy needs.
The situation with oil prices has not demonstrated stability over the past 4 months.
Over the past week, world oil quotations have experienced serious volatility.
After trading on September 16, the futures of benchmark oil, Brent and WTI increased by 12.4% and 14.7% respectively
U.S. petroleum and natural gas production increased by 16% and by 12%, respectively, in 2018.